Peter O’Mahony returns to captain Munster on trip to Glasgow

Munster have made six changes are made for tomorrow night's away trip to Glasgow Warriors in the PRO12.

Returning international Peter O'Mahony comes back in to captain the side while Tommy O'Donnell, who made his debut off the bench against Scarlets in September 2007, is in line to make his 100th PRO12 appearance.

Four personnel changes are seen in the pack. Niall Scannell returns at hooker, Jean Kleyn and Billy Holland start in the second row and O'Mahony comes back in at six. The Munster captain's return sees Jack O'Donoghue make the positional switch to number eight.

The final two personnel changes are made in the half backs and midfield with Ian Keatley and Rory Scannell starting at out half and inside centre respectively. Consequently Jaco Taute reverts to outside centre.

Glasgow Warriors v Munster at Scotstoun on Friday December 2 - kick-off 7.35pm.

Munster XV: Andrew Conway; Darren Sweetnam, Jaco Taute, Rory Scannell, Ronan O'Mahony; Ian Keatley, Duncan Williams; Dave Kilcoyne, Niall Scannell, John Ryan, Jean Kleyn, Bill Holland; Peter O'Mahony - capt., Tommy O'Donnell, Jack O'Donoghue.

Replacements: Rhys Marshall, Thomas du Toit, Stephen Archer, Donnacha Ryan, Robin Copeland, Te Aihe Toma, Dan Goggin, Alex Wootton.


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